While we love our pets dearly, they do present one specific and never-ending challenge—how do we make our spaces look clean and stylish when we’ve got animals running around?
The couple hired interior designer James McIntyre of McIntyre Bills to transform their century-old property in Calgary’s Mount Royal neighbourhood into a classic yet fashion-forward dwelling able to transport those who enter to London or New York.
With new products from Mexican artisans, Obakki continues its commitment to rejuvenating communities on their own terms.
Across the Pacific, Gaile Guevara Studio, a Vancouver-based firm, has remodelled a two-storey home on Waiheke Island in New Zealand.
It is with the cycling of styles that we see influence from the 19th century making headway in the design space once again, and it comes as no surprise.
Set back from the water on B.C.’s Sunshine Coast, Roberts Creek Residence combines characteristics of local wood cabin structures and contemporary dwellings into a compelling architecture made up of a series of three distinct areas, each with its own vaulted ceiling.
The wallpaper—titled The Bear—references the namesake novel through a pattern of oil-painted motifs.
Atelier by Lambert & Fils utilizes a delicate suspension with forms that sit variously between industrial and organic.
Instantly recognizable for its simple, practical, elegant designs, the Scandinavian style has had perhaps an unparalleled impact on contemporary design at large.